This episode of The Debate discusses the recent tensions in the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk.
The recent secession referendum in Iraq’s Kurdistan region has antagonized the central government in Baghdad as well as neighboring countries like Turkey and Iran.
Daesh, the most notorious terrorist group in the world, seems to be in steep decline amid the heavy blows it is taking from the Syrian and Iraqi armies.
The administration of US President Donald Trump says it has no plan to sign the United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
The image of the lion has a very special place in the Iran’s history due to its everlasting presence in art works, handicrafts and even in architecture.
This episode of The Debate discusses the commitments undertaken by Iran under the JCPOA.
In the wake of one of the worst massacres in modern American history, the US government highest leaders will be silent about why things like this keep happening
In this episode of The Debate discusses the Trump's refusal to certify Iran nuclear deal.
DPRK: a country living in the shadows for decades. Unjustifiably, a target of western imposed sanctions, including the US and the UN.
Hassan Nasrallah has warned that the Israeli regime is pushing the region into war.
In this Episode of Press Plus, we will discuss how kids can reduce the impact of cyber bullying.
Wahhabism is drawing an upside down picture of Islam, taking the Saudi monarchical theocracy to a new level of idiocracy.
This edition of The Debate is about the likely decertification of the Iran nuclear agreement by Trump.
Trump to announce US strategy on Iran on Friday: White House
In this episode of Food for Thought, Professor Tariq Ramadan talks about the necessity of taking Palestinians’ issues through a holistic approach.
A recent report has revealed a secret arms deal between Israeli and Emirati businessmen.
Britain's Theresa May took over the helm at a complicated time of relations with the European Union.
The rhetoric of US President Donald Trump against the nuclear deal with Iran is getting tougher.
Four US Army special operations commandos have been killed in Niger.
The dire situation of human rights particularly women’s right inside the Saudi kingdom is much worse yet unreported.
This edition of the program is about Kurdistan’s referendum.
This edition of the program is about the situation in CAR.
This episode of The Debate discusses the consequences of a possible US exit from Iran's nuclear agreement.
If you’ve had the chance to visit Yazd Province, you’ve certainly enjoyed its amazing architecture. But, there’s more to this province than meets the eye.
A gunman killed dozens of people and injured hundreds more at a Las Vegas music festival in one of the deadliest mass shootings in US history.
This episode of The Debate discusses Hezbollah leader Hasan Nasraallah's recent statement on US support for the Takfiri terrorists.
Tory party conference finale was bad day for the British prime minister and a surprising day for an undiplomatic chief diplomat of the United Kingdom, Britain and Northern Ireland.
Catalonia’s regional government intends to hold an independence referendum on 1 October.
This episode of The Debate discusses Donald Trump's plans to derail the JCPOA.
This edition of the Doc Review features LA 92, a film directed by Daniel Lindsay and T. J. Martin.
A new poll conducted in the West Bank and Gaza has revealed that most Palestinians want President Mahmoud Abbas to resign.
In a trip described as historical by the Saudi foreign minister, Saudi Arabia’s King Salman has become the first monarch to visit Russia.
This episode of The Debate discusses the blacklisting of Saudi Arabia by the UN over killing Yemeni children.
US president Donald Trump, who campaigned on protectionist policies, is considering imposing tariffs on major exporters of steel and other goods.
It's been described as a rare and unique visit: A delegation led by Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah has held a rare meeting in the Gaza Strip.
This episode of The Debate is about the ties between Russia and Saudi Arabia.
In this episode of Food for Thought, Dr. Tariq Ramadan talks about those issues that Palestinian supporters should avoid and also what European Muslim citizens can do for Palestine.
Bullying is a major issue in many schools across the world, but it is growing to be become more of a problem.
This edition of The Debate is about Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's visit to the Iranian capital Tehran.
Algeria’s prime minister has laid out a sweeping plan to plug the budget deficit that would include direct borrowing from the central bank.
Contradiction between Trump and Tillerson on N Korea has made observers confused as to where the US stands with regard to the crisis on the Korean peninsula.
This edition of the program Iran Today is about Iran's defense capabilities after the Islamic Revolution.
This edition of The Debate sheds light on a new controversial counter-terrorism bill in France which will boost police surveillance power.
US Congress may move to pressure the administration to end its involvement in a controversial Saudi military campaign in Yemen.
This edition of The Debate is about a mass shooting at a music concert in Las Vegas, Nevada, which left 59 people dead and nearly 530 others injured.
The United States is mired in a series of crises such as daily confrontations between police and civil rights protesters, rising gun violence and faltering healthcare system.
The politics of racial division is on full display in Washington. This time, President Trump turns football into a political battleground.
It’s a story told and remembered every year by millions of Muslims across the world. The story of a hero and his inspiring legacy.
This episode of The Debate is about the controversial independence vote in the Spanish region of Catalonia.
This episode of The Debate is about the planned referendum in Catalonia.
Hamas has made major political concessions in a bid to achieve Palestinian reconciliation. So will it finally happen?
This edition of the Doc Review features The Killing$ of Tony Blair, a film directed by Greg Ward and Sanne van den Bergh.
This episode of The Debate is about the plight of Rohingya Muslims.
The visit to India by US Defense Secretary James Mattis could have been a significant step in the expansion of ties between Washington and New Delhi.
During his election campaign, Donald Trump promised repeatedly to re-set NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement.
This episode of The Debate is about the blowback from Kurdistan’s secession vote.
In this episode of Press Plus, we will learn about the negative effects that identity crisis causes on a society.
Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region finally held a referendum on secession from Iraq on Monday.
Andy Slaughter, a British MP from Labour Party, in this episode of Food for Thought talks about British government's attitude towards Palestine.
This edition of The Debate sheds light on the remarks British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn made at the party's annual conference in Brighton about Britain's foreign policy.
International day of peace marked by countries around the world on the 21 of September.
Tensions between the US and North Korea have turned into a war of words between American president Donald trump and the north’s leader Kim Jong-un as well as other north Korean officials.
This edition of the program is about Mali and the status of France in that country.
This edition of The Debate is about the consequences of the recent secession vote held by Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.
Spain's Catalonia region is preparing for a landmark referendum for independence within days.
This edition of The Debate is about the tensions between the central government of Iraq and the Kurdistan Regional Government over a controversial independence referendum.
In what could be a strange twist in regional diplomacy, Israel is inching closer to Arab states, particularly those in the Persian Gulf region.
Donald Trump made his first address to the United Nations. The US president brought his “America-First” message to the General Assembly.
This episode of The Debate discusses Iraq's Kurdish secession referendum.
Myanmar's security forces have long been attacking Rohingyas and torching their villages since October 2016, in a bid to push them out of the western state of Rakhine.
Parsons green terror attack , the Westminster attack, the Manchester bombing, the London Bridge attack and the Finsbury Park attack are direct fruits of Western intelligence services and in particular CIA and MI6’ miscalculations.
The United States has by far the largest military budget in the world. It spends more than the next nine largest spenders combined together.
This episode of The Debate discusses what Germany's federal election results mean for the future of German politics?
This edition of the Doc Review features I Am Not Your Negro, a film directed by Raoul Peck.
The crisis in Bahrain is deepening: The ruling Al Khalifa regime has stepped up its crackdown against pro-democracy protesters.
The crackdown against Rohingya Muslims by Myanmar army has stunned the world.
The value of bilateral trade between the US and China, the world’s two largest economies, reached over 500 billion dollars in 2016.
This episode of The Debate discusses the latest developments surrounding a planned independence referendum in Spain's Catalonia region.
The US president's speech before the UN General Assembly has been seen as more hostile than any American president in recent years.
In this edition of the Debate we discuss whether the United States’ hostile policies against Iran stem from its failures in the Middle East region.
Andy Slaughter, a British MP from Labour Party, in this episode of Food for Thought talks about British government's attitudes towards Palestine.
Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region is to hold a referendum on independence in less than a week.
Social media has given us another form of socializing. Over time, we can create an online identity, in addition to the identity we show others in-person.
This episode of The Debate is about Iran's response to the US president’s rhetoric against the Islamic Republic.
International criticisms against a plan by the Kurdistan Regional Government to become independent from Iraq have been rising lately.
Despotic Arab monarchies in the Middle East have over the past couple of years been using various tactics to crush popular uprisings and the growing voices of discontent.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has called on Washington to pull out its Peace Corps from the country.
The war in Syria has come to be known as one of the most outstanding examples of chaos created by the destructive policies of the United States and its allies.
This edition of the program is about Tunisia and Prime Minister Youssef Chahed's new government.
This edition of the program is about film industry in Iran.
This edition of The Debate is about the US President Donald Trump's speech at the 72nd UN General Assembly and his verbal attacks on Islamic Republic of Iran.